St. Farnan's GAA Club notes
The countdown is on to our much awaited " Strictly Come Dancing" in association with Blair Feeney which takes place in the Diamond Coast Hotel on Saturday night at 8pm. Tickets are on sale now from all the dancers and committee members. Tickets cost €20 which includes the raffle on the night with a cash prize of €500( kindly sponsored by the Beach Bar) and many other valuable prizes on offer. Your support for all our dancers and all involved with the organisation of the night would be much appreciated. It promises to be a great night's entertainment with dancing for all following the Strictly competition.
Huge congratulations this week to James Weir who not only picked up an All Star award for the Lory Meagher team but he also became the first hurler from Sligo to win Player of the Year. This is a huge honour for St. Farnan's and for Easkey hurling team and is well merited as James has performed consistently well for both club and county throughout the year. James will be honoured at Strictly Come Dancing for his achievements. James will also be performing on the night so please come along to pay tribute to him.
Easkey/ St. Farnan's minor hurlers captured the minor championship title for the fourth year in a row defeating Naomh Eoin by 4-15 to 1-5. This game was played in dreadful conditions but Easkey/ St. Farnan's made the most of the strong wind in the first half and had a commanding lead of 3-15 to no score at half time. The Cup was presented to joint Captains Andrew Kilcullen and Dónall Hanley. The team was Dónall Hanley, Adam Kilrehill , Eoghan Rua Mc Gowan, David Hallinan , Daniel Rolston, Shane Molloy , Eoin Gordon , Fergal Curran (0-1),Niall Kilcullen (0-2), Fionn Connolly (0-1), Fionn Moylan (0-3), Kenneth Mitchell , Cahán Hallinan (1-1), Thomas Cawley (0-2), Andrew Kilcullen (3-5).
Well done to Fionn Connolly and Sligo under16 team on reaching the final of the Manning Cup following victory over Longford on Saturday. They play Wicklow in the final .
The under 21 team played Calry/ St. Joseph's in the semi final of the B championship on Sunday in Scarden and had a comprehensive win on a score line of 6-14 to 0-4. This win puts the team into the final of the under 21 B championship when they will play the winners of the other semi final involving Castleconnor and Coolaney/ Mullinabreena on Saturday, November 17. St. Farnan's put in a real team performance in this game and at half time led 4-11 to 0-0. The team showed great strength in the back line and with good team movement and backup, no fewer than nine players found themselves on the score sheet. The team was Simon Mullarkey, David Hallinan, Patrick Flynn, Ronan Molloy (0-1), James Weir (0-1), Cahán Hallinan (0-1), Shane O' Brien, Kevin Mc Gee (1-0), Niall Crean (1-1), Finnian Cawley (0-6(2f), Mark Devaney (1-0), Gavin Calpin (2-2), Iarla O'Connor (0-2). Subs used: Oisin Connolly, Stephen Mulligan, Sean Hallinan.

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